Premier Inn Stevenage Central
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... around the entire moat which takes us at least an hour. Volunteers are busy planting yet more poppies. In one place the poppies appear to be literally pouring out from a window and down by the entrance another huge shower appears to be flying through the air. Stunning! By now, it's 12.30 and time for lunch. We're glad we brought a picnic as there is a nice bench overlooking the river and it's very warm in the sunshine. The cafes are really busy and ...
... hostel before catching the bus again to the airport.
A short flight and we were in London. We got off the tube and self directed ourselves to the hostel, once again heading in completely the wrong direction. With huge storm clouds following us we got some local directions and just made it before the rain. However after checking in and getting to our room I think I would have rather stayed out in the storm! Russell Square Hostel -A 16 ...
... have any idea of b&b and as driving down the road saw sign and called in - Kingsway B&B - able to have us for 2 nights, twin beds. Lovely couple, Janice Edwards, Southern African and her partner from England. Went down to The Bull for tea as suggested by landlord - lovely - chatting to a couple from around here. Leisurely wander back to the b&b 9 ...
1st stop after touchdown at Heathrow Airport; Windsor Castle. It's the nearest attraction from the airport. Take bus 77 from Terminal 5, asked the bus driver for a return ticket for £6. Whole journey will take about 35-40 mins depending on traffic condition. It will stop outside of Windsor Castle. Remember to get your London Pass before going for this trip to skip the long queues by school excursion, group tourist etc. Windsor Castle is the oldest ...
... was a wall of people stopping us from viewing anything but the back of other's heads. Luckily we were able to get a microscopic view by putting our cameras as far above our heads and shooting pictures blindly.
Next we grabbed the tube to Kew Palace Gardens to see the room sized lily pads that I have been dreaming about seeing for 2 years. Only to find ...